The Center Offers Cosponsorship Support to Student Clubs, Faculty, and Other Brandeis Organizations

The International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public life is actively seeking to cosponsor campus events that are related to the Center's interest. Cosponsorship can take the form of publicity or providing financial support, which is usually up to $250. However, the Center can occasionally provide more support for an event that is closely related to the core themes of the Center's work. Cosponsorship requests for academic events are particularly welcomed. A team of faculty, staff, and students meets monthly throughout the academic year to review requests. To be considered for the next meeting requests must be received by September 23. Proposals received after that date will be considered in later months. The guidelines and cosponsorship request form are posted online.

Keep checking the Center's event listings for details on the following upcoming events, which were approved for center cosponsorship.

  • Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, an internationally recognized Afro-Cuban artist will share her work and videos with members of the Brandeis community.
  • Screening of the film, Control Room, following by a discussion with the film's director, Jehane Noujaim.
  • "Religion and Ethnicity in Medieval Spain," a talk Thomas Glick of Boston
  • "An Islamic Solution to the Arab-Israel Impasse," a talk by Jacob Lassner, Philip and Ethel Klutznick Professor of Jewish Civilization at Northwestern University